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Its rowhouses are architectural stars, but residents love its diversity even more.
  • 5 days ago
WHERE WE LIVE | Residents like Village Green’s close-knit feel and community events, if not their commutes.
  • Sep 16
The upside to this sylvan setting is the proximity to wineries; the downside is the traffic.
  • Sep 15
WHERE WE LIVE | Tucked away from the bustle of Old Town, the neighborhood is feeling urbanization’s pressures.
WHERE WE LIVE | One of Washington’s oldest neighborhoods hangs on to its family feel despite vibrant change.
WHERE WE LIVE | The 1960s townhouse community holds up well with affordability and lots of amenities.
  • Aug 5
WHERE WE LIVE | Jefferson Manor is known for its convenience, neighborhood events and even a “beer fairy.”
WHERE WE LIVE | Many of the Montgomery County enclave’s homes were designed by Mar-a-Lago’s architect.
  • Jul 22
WHERE WE LIVE | A neighborhood rich in African American history is now also rich in restaurants, music venues, new housing and more.
WHERE WE LIVE | Ashburn Farm has 3,863 homes and abundant recreation, shopping and dining options.
  • Jul 8
?There is so much here for kids,? a resident says of the community?s abundant recreation opportunities and other amenities.
  • Jul 7
WHERE WE LIVE | The University of Maryland is the hub of a city that offers many amenities and easy access to D.C.
  • Jul 1
Though poverty and crime are facts of life, this D.C. community is cherished for its “vibrancy” and “aliveness.”
Residents like its large lots, abundant trees, diverse styles and family-friendly vibe.
  • Jun 17
WHERE WE LIVE | The planned community not far from the Potomac keeps its small-town feel as amenities grow.
  • Jun 10
WHERE WE LIVE | Community spirit helps preserve treasured old houses as local groups work to revitalize the area’s businesses.
WHERE WE LIVE | Founded in the 1940s, Tauxemont has an eclectic mix of residents who love its houses, history and progressive spirit.
WHERE WE LIVE | Linthicum Heights is home to generations of families and close to much in the Baltimore-Washington region.
  • May 20
WHERE WE LIVE| The pandemic has only intensified the neighborliness that defines Eutaw Forest, a woodsy enclave near Waldorf.
WHERE WE LIVE | Upbeat street names are a feature of Kirkpatrick Farms. So are good schools and lots of amenities and events.
  • May 6
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